What exactly is this plant?
Recently I've seen this plant which looks to be a creeper of some sort in my garden. Can you identify it? I have a photo which shows leaves, and other identifying (hopefully) parts like a big bulbous looking object. It only started growing not too long ago.
I don't know what it's called, but we have it here too. It winds and twists around everything and is almost impossible to get rid of. I recommend pulling it out before it winds around your pretty ground cover
It looks like a type of bindweed...either hedge bindweed or field bindweed. A close-up picture of the leaves and flower will better help determine what it is.
The photo is larger than HP is able to display here, so I uploaded it to imgur for you: http://i.imgur.com/53PPaEe.jpg
I think I agree with TheExaminer-1. Looks like Araujia sericifera. It does not grow within my region of the world, so it was interesting to learn about it. Seems to be quite the noxious weed in some areas of the world. Thanks for sharing!
You're welcome. It was interesting to learn more about it.
Bit hard to judge from the small photo, but going by the bulbous thing (it's seed pod) and by the shape of what I think is its white flower, my best guess would be Moth Plant (Araujia sericifera), although I'm not familiar with the flora where you live so it could be a different species in the same or a related genus.
If you have Master Gardeners in your region, they may be able to identify this plant. Otherwise, your best best is to check with the University Extension in your county.
I do not remember the name but I believe that I had this when I lived in NJ. I agree with what ExpectGreatThings said. Get rid of every piece of it and always keep an eye out for new growth of it so that you can get rid of any more right away.
how is your plant did it died yes or no because it look like if u took a picture of it so thank you for this anwser for this okay thank you i am yamilee.
by Sasha Kim 7 years ago
Can you identify this plant? Picture included.
by Diana Grant 5 years ago
Can you identify this plant which has large leaves and might be a sunflower or pumpkin?It is growing in my raised vegetable bed, but doesn't look like any vegetable I have planted. On the other hand, it doesn't look like any weed I have seen, so maybe it is an escaped seed from my seed...
by Maria Cecilia 3 months ago
You look better in pictures and quite disappointing in person?I need as many replies as possible (lol), I mean in fairness to those who look really great in photos, where those great looks came from if they are not beautiful right?And what makes those people so photogenic? is it the skin, the eyes...
by Rosemary Sadler 6 years ago
Does anyone know what this plant isI have these growing in the herb garden but have no idea what they are or even if it is a herb.
by molometer 6 years ago
Can you identify this object.It has been photographed from an unusual angle. Just for fun.
by stuart747 9 years ago
mine is a little boring I know, I'm just thinking of changing it to something interesting but I don't know what'
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